L E   F I F A
L E   F I F A
Le chant des cerises
Presented only in theatres

The song of the cherries resonates under the combined action of an object striking a round-bottomed mixing bowl and its echo. This short animated piece, created with Patrice Fortier and ground cherries from La société des plantes, is part of a larger project developed with this Kamouraska-based organic seed supplier begun in the fall of 2020: a place where plants and plans (shots) meet despite the apparent distance between the fields and the songs.

This film is part of the FIFA EXPERIMENTAL section program INVENTIONS.
Director Nathalie Bujold

In Partnership with


• Université Concordia - J.A. de Sève, LB-125, Pavillon J. W. McConnell
Friday, march 17, 2023, 05:30 p.m. — 07:30 p.m.


Nathalie Bujold

Nathalie Bujold

Nathalie Bujold is a multidisciplinary artist living and working in Verdun. She joined l’Oeil de Poisson when it was founded in 1985. She completed a Bachelor’s degree at Laval University in Quebec City in 1992 and won the René-Richard Prize. In 2008, she was awarded the Prize for artistic creation by the Conseil des arts et lettres du Québec. She obtained her master’s degree in visual and media arts from UQAM in 2016. Her videos have been presented in monographic programs at Groupe Intervention vidéo (GIV) and Vidéographe in Montreal, at Pleasure Dome in Toronto and at the Palais des Beaux-arts in Lille in collaboration with Vidéochroniques and at the invitation of Heure exquise! Her works have been presented, notably, at the Musée national des beaux-arts de Québec (MNBAQ), at the Cinémathèque québécoise in Montreal, at Vidéochroniques in Marseille and at the Art Gallery of Guelph. Her videos are distributed by Vidéographe and she is represented by the ELLEPHANT gallery.

Biographical notes provided by the film production team
Other films:
Métronomies (2022)
Underground (2021)
Voyage des mystères objectifs (2021)
Descente de la poursuite dans la joie (2018)
Voyage des mystères objectifs (2018)

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